At the Open Day of CKC Zoetermeer on May 21th, the Digital Art Lab team launched their self-developed dancing game Break-it-down. The objective of the game is to exactly copy dancemoves that are shown on the screen. To monitor the movement of the players the game uses two Wii-controllers, that players attach to their arms.

The game was very popular at the Open Day, a lot of youngsters stayed around at the Lab to break the latest high score or to dance along with the other players. For a special video of the Digital Art Lab at the Open Day, please click here.

The Break-it-down game is made possible by the following people:

Digital Art Lab team

Peter Bogman - programming/game development

Emoke Bada - communication/ game design

Kristina Andersen - lead game design

Inge Ploum - continuity manager

CKC teachers:

Timothy Andrews - hiphop dance expert/game design

Kim Wijsbeek - technical advisor/musical expert/game design

Annelies de Graaf - props design

Digital Art Lab manager: Audrey Samson


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